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Devant: Bus simulator coming

Published on August 16, 2011

By SEAN DOUGLAS,144183.html TRANSPORT Minister, Devant Maharaj, said a bus simulator will soon arrive in TT to offer further training to bus drivers of the Public Service Transport Corporation (PTSC). The simulator, which has been in the works for PTSC for some time, comes on the heels of Tuesday’s mishap involving an articulated bus. … Continued

FAAC Offers Certification at 6th Annual User Conference

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FAAC Incorporated is pleased to announce its 6th Annual User Conference will be held aboard the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California Oct. 11-14. FAAC hosts its annual conference to benefit customers through knowledge sharing, networking, and expert instruction. This year, FAAC is conducting the first-ever certification course for driving simulator instructors. “The Driving Simulator … Continued

FAAC Incorporated Announces $2.1M Contract from Bombardier for Toronto Light Rail Vehicle Simulator

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Arotech’s FAAC Incorporated Announces $2.1M Contract from Bombardier for Toronto Light Rail Vehicle Simulator Ann Arbor, Michigan – August 16, 2011 – FAAC Incorporated, part of Arotech Corporation’s (NasdaqGM: ARTX) Training and Simulation Division, has announced a $2.1 million contract for the Toronto Transit Commission’s Light Rail Vehicle simulator. The Light Rail Vehicle is a … Continued

Fire Engineering Article: Simulation: The Next Step in Driver Training

Published on July 1, 2011


Analytical or emotional: What’s driving you?

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View original FireRescue1 post here. Driver simulation training can help the student interact with various driving environments and weather conditions within minutes By Robert Raheb FDNY EMS Lt. (ret), Emergency Response Specialist — FAAC, Inc. Driving is taught from an analytical viewpoint; rarely do we cross over to the emotional side of driving. From the … Continued

FAAC Simulators Reduce Insurance Costs for Texas Counties Driving Simulator for County Employees

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View story here. GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS — Grayson County employees got some special training today to make them safer on the job. The Texas Association of Counties brought their driving simulator to Sherman so county employees could work with a trained staff. The simulator imitated driving a 60,000 pound dump truck and a patrol car. … Continued